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anyone know where i could get screws for a powerbook 12" inch the ones i have are stripped
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anyone know where i could get screws for a powerbook 12" inch the ones i have are stripped
Try eBay and type in "Powerbook screws". Or just contact one of those big power sellers on there that have a whole plethura of parts laptops they're selling.

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I found that the size of the screws on my powerbook g4 15" were m2.5x8mm. I bought some on ebay way cheaper than those at powerbook medic. only difference is that these are black in color rather than the stainless look.
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